The moment you hear the words “Your child has cancer,” you enter a strange, new world. Here are 5 things every parent or caregiver should know about taking charge of their child’s care and treatment.
Childhood cancer survivor Emily Browne shares what she wishes she had known when she finished cancer treatment.
In 1972, doctors diagnosed 4-year-old Sandy Owen with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, the most common form of childhood cancer. She had less than a 50% chance of survival. Chemotherapy and radiation treatments cured her cancer. Now, 50 years later, she lives each day to the fullest.